Ƶ’s campus is close-knit and carefully designed to blend convenience with meaningful connection. Centered around a central mall, HCU’s grounds serve as a beautiful backdrop for our faculty, students, and guests, whether taking a quick walk to class, gathering for a shaded picnic study hour, or taking a mid-morning stroll.

Hinton Center
The Hinton Center serves as a landmark for HCU’s campus and currently houses the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences and the Archie W. Dunham College of Business. Featuring both seating for large audiences (100+ persons) and mid-sized conference rooms, the Hinton Center offers flexible space to suit the needs of our students and staff. Also housed in the Hinton Center is HCU’s Graduate School and the university’s Human Resources department.

Cullen Science Center and Cullen Science II
The Cullen Science Center plays a critical role in the success of our STEM and pre-med students, offering both laboratory and classroom spaces. The Cullen Science II building houses the Linda Dunham School of Nursing in which nursing students have access to top-notch training via a simulation lab and computer assisted technologies.

Residential Buildings
HCU houses over 900 residential students within these five dormitory areas. Students who live on HCU’s campus not only have a quick commute to class, but can also utilize other residential facilities such as the Husky Village pool and a barbecue and picnic area. Residential students also benefit from a short walk to HCU’s Bradshaw Fitness Center, where other recreational activities are available.

  • Hodo Residence College
  • Reuben L. Philips Residence College for Men
  • Rebecca Bates Philips Residence College for Women
  • Mest Wing Residence for Women
  • Husky Village

Eula Mae Baugh Center
Conveniently nestled between the university’s residence colleges, the Baugh Center is a popular destination for students between classes and features buffet-style food served by HCU’s Dining Services. Upstairs, students will find the offices of Student Life and HCU’s Band Hall.

HCU Bradshaw Fitness Center
HCU’s Bradshaw Fitness Center is an 80,000-square-foot recreational center featuring an indoor lap pool, sauna, and steam room, as well as a full-sized gymnasium, cardiovascular and free-weight equipment, and an indoor walking track. The Bradshaw Fitness Center is open to both students and the local community and houses HCU’s Campus Recreation team, Crossfit Altus, and the HCU Police Department.

Moody Library
Moody Library is an ideal spot for students, faculty and staff to research and study. The newly renovated learning commons provide ample space for students to study in groups or individually, with access to a wealth of print and online references. The library also houses the campus coffee shop, Java City, the university’s Academic Support and Resources, which offers tutoring and advising services to all students, and the offices of Career and Calling.

Morris Cultural Arts Center
The Morris Cultural Arts Center (MCAC) houses several of the University’s largest venues including Dunham Theater, Belin Chapel, and McNair Hall. Also housed within the MCAC are the Dunham Bible Museum, the Museum of American Architecture and Decorative Arts, and the Museum of Southern History.

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